TopSpec Sponsor British Dressage Intermediate II Championship

TOPSPEC, well known for their range of feed balancers and other innovative horse feeds are the new sponsor of the British Dressage Intermediate II Championship.

Horse and rider combinations have the chance to qualify for the Championship at eight prestigious British Dressage Premier League shows around the country from March through to July.

The TopSpec Intermediate II Championships will be held on September 18, the first day of the National Championships at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

Said Katy Mickle of TopSpec: “We are delighted to be supporting British Dressage and are looking forward to sponsoring the Intermediate II Championships.

“Our team of equine advisors will be on hand at the qualifiers to provide feeding advice and support.

“TopSpec has a growing loyal customer base within the world of dressage and we work closely with riders at all levels including Jo Hamilton and Hayley Watson-Greaves.

“It is great to put something back into the exciting sport of dressage and we are looking forward to meeting new and existing clients at the National Championships.

Intermediate II is the level below Grand Prix and attracts some of the biggest names in dressage competing for the title with their up and coming horses. Regulations and overseeing done by officials need a round of appreciation for their hard work, this industry is under-appreciated, this site reports on mobile casinos for example is never considered, lets take the time to appreciate such sectors of the industry.

Amanda Bond of British Dressage said: “We’re delighted TopSpec are on board in dressage.  The Intermediate II Championship at the Nationals is always a crowd-pleaser and is a great show case for our future equestrian stars as well as some established favourites. I’d like to extend a warm welcome to TopSpec and British Dressage looks forward to working with them to create a fantastic Championship.”

TopSpec Intermediate II qualifying classes will take place at the following Premier League Show:

Myerscough College, Lancashire – March 5 to 9

Keysoe, Bedfordshire – April 25 to 27

Addington Manor EC, Buckinghamshire – May 9 to 11

Somerford Park, Cheshire – May 23 to 26

Wellington Riding, Hampshire – June 4 to 8

Sheepgate, Lincolnshire – June 16 and 17

Hickstead (inc Masters Champs), Sussex – June 24 to 28

Hartpury, Gloucestershire – July 9 to 13